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Re: Will Langley
Posted by: Lynda Mixon (ID *****9889) Date: April 12, 2009 at 15:26:44
In Reply to: Re: Will Langley by Raymond Langley of 503

Ray, I would like to have any information you have. I am trying to find William Langley born to James Wyeth and Eatha Shelnut Langley in 1854 in Campbell County Georgia. They moved to Cleburne County Alabama and William married Lucy Skinner. Lucy's brother Alexander Calhoun Skinner married William's sister. Around 1884, there occured some infidelity on the part of William, which resulted in a divorce. I do not know what happened to him. Someone told me that he had been told he moved to Mississippi, and the only other information I have is that he may have been a horse trader. The census of 1880 said that he was missing one arm. I found the Will Langley in and the age is about right. I could not find Will in the census at an earlier time. Any information you have to help me eliminate him as a possiblity would be greatly appreciated. Thanks


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